Lee Kum Kee Oyster

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Macau, China2,248 contributions
Historic Lee Kum Kee headquarter building in Macau
Aug 2019
This historic property was the headquarter for Lee Kum Kee from 1902 to 1932. Today Lee Kum Kee is known for having invented oyster sauce and for being one of the world's largest producers and sellers of Chinese sauces and marinades.

You can see the outer facade of the old Lee Kum Kee headquarter at the intersection of Ave. de Almeida Ribeiro and Rua das Lorchas. The building has a curved shape and is yellow and cream in colour. There are large red Chinese characters on the building as well as iconic brand images for Lee Kum Kee.

Lastly, there is a a small ground floor shop which sells Lee Kum Kee products available here as well.
Written September 16, 2019
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

BradJill
Hong Kong, China139,470 contributions
The Lee Kum Kee headquarter from 1902 to 1932
Sep 2019
Lee Kum Kee is a world famous maker of Chinese sauces and marinades and is credited with the inventing oyster sauce. The business was started in 1888 in Guangdong Province in Mainland China and today is based out of Hong Kong.

However, from 1902 to 1932, Lee Kum Kee called Macau home, headquartering out of this old building at the north end of Ave. de Almedia Ribeiro. This is a neat place to visit for Lee Kum Kee enthusiasts.

Here you can see the curved facade, off-yellow in colour with red Chinese characters. You'll also find a large white sign with the a few of the old Lee Kum Kee brand images. Occasional English 'Lee Kum Kee' signage helps confirm you are at the right place.

In addition to seeing the building facade, there is a Lee Kum Kee shop that operates out of the ground floor. Here you can purchase Lee Kum Kee products, the same as you'll find in pretty much any supermarket in this area of the world. Still sort of neat buying out the famous sauce maker's former headquarter building in Macau.
Written September 13, 2019
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